- Science on a Sphere — for when you want to see global data visualised without 2-D projection distortion.
- Lebowsky and Sterling’s 2016 State of the World — These physical barriers will suffer the “Fukushima effect:” the dikes you built to resist the tsunami only hold those catastrophic waters in, once the almighty wave comes over the top. Also, the industrial complex you are trying to protect from natural disaster becomes the source of a secondary, artificial disaster. (via BoingBoing)
- GNU Radio Tools for Radio Wrangling/Spectrum Domination (YouTube) — DEFCON talk.
- End-to-End Arguments in System Design (PDF) — End-to-end arguments are a kind of “Occam’s razor” when it comes to choosing the functions to be provided in a communication subsystem. Because the communication subsystem is frequently specified before applications that use the subsystem are known, the designer may be tempted to “help” the users by taking on more function than necessary. Awareness of end-to-end arguments can help to reduce such temptations.
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Data science: Where are we going? - DJ Patil, the U.S. government's first Chief Data Scientist, looks at the future of data science at Strata + Hadoop World 2015 in San Jose.
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